Category: High School

Hillsboro now 4-1 after blowout win

Hillsboro now 4-1 after blowout win

orge Hanschu scores a touchdown last Friday. Karrie Rathbone / Free Press The Trojans pulled off another victory on Friday night over Wabaunsee 32-6 to pull Hillsboro to 4-1 on the season. While Hillsboro scored each quarter, it was not as much as many had predicted. “It wasn’t a pretty win by any means, but a win’s a win. We’d […]

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Hillsboro shows well at cross country meet

Hillsboro shows well at cross country meet

Moriah Jost runs in a meet last week. After a hot, windy and humid meet at SE of Saline on Tuesday, September 18, the XC team fought back in cooler temperatures all racing a personal best time. “Times are typically slower when it’s that warm, so I encouraged the team to think of the SE of Saline race as a […]

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Marion Cross Country earns one medal at meet

The Marion cross country team earned one medal at Halstead Thursday in what Warrior coach Grant Thierolf said was the most challenging meet of the season so far. Races took place at the Wedgewood Country Club. “This was by far the toughest meet we have been to this year, and I thought the athletes competed hard,” Thierolf said. “It was […]

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Goessel runs well at meet

Better competition and fall temperatures helped to improve times this week for Goessel at the Berean Academy Invitational. The boys finished fifth out of 10 teams and the girls were sixth out of seven schools. All together 14 schools were represented at the meet. This meet is always exciting as the temperatures usually drop and the course is fairly flat […]

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Bluebirds now at 18-9 on season

The Goessel Bluebird Volleyball team had a nice showing at the Canton-Galva Tournament last week, placing second. They defeated Little River 25-16 and 25-20 before beating Sunrise Christian 27-25 and 25-16 in straight sets. They also beat Solomon 26-24, 28-30, and 25-16 in the final game of pool play. In the semi-finals they defeated host Canton 25-14, 20-25, and 25-13 […]

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Marion downed by Sedgwick

Marion downed by Sedgwick

Noah Dalrymple tackles the Sedgwick ball-carrier during the first half of Friday’s game. Janae Rempel / Free Press The Marion football team suffered a 51-6 defeat to Sedgwick Friday on homecoming night. The Cardinals came out firing on all cylinders. With the exception of a lost fumble on a kickoff return, Sedgwick scored on each of its first-quarter possessions to […]

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Canton-Galva shuts out Peabody

CANTON- It was a dominate effort for the Eagle football team on Friday who took out visiting Peabody, 48-0. Canton-Galva outgained Peabody 300 yards to just 35 for the Warriors who couldn’t get anything going against a stout Eagle defense. Canton got out to a 20-0 lead after the first quarter and just kept it going throughout the game. Landon […]

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Hillsboro places second in tennis

Hillsboro places second in tennis

Cheyenne Bernhardt hits a volley in the tennis tournament last week hosted in Hillsboro. Phyllis Richert The Hillsboro Lady Trojans hosted the Trojan Invitational for tennis this past week. Six teams participate and HHS placed second overall. Doubles partners Cheyenne Bernhardt, senior, and Kyla Issac, sophomore placed second in doubles as did Callie Bernhardt, freshmen, and Callie Plenert, freshmen. Kayla […]

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Peabody gets win over Herington

Peabody-Burns ran all over Herington, getting the win, 60-28. Peabody-Burns racked up 434 yards of offense on 60-plays averaging 7.2 yards per play. Jess Philpott led the team with 241 yards rushing and five touchdowns on the day. Ro Weerts rushed 19 times for 100 yards and three touchdowns for the Warriors. The game was competitive in the first half […]

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Goessel fairs well at Olpe Tournament

Goessel’s overall volleyball record sits at 13-7 after a good showing at the Olpe Round Robin Tournament last week. In that tournament Goessel defeated Madison, 25-9 and 25-12. They then lost to Northern Heights 25-19 and 25-21 and Wabaunsee 25-18 and 25-13 before rebounding against Bishop Seabury Academy 28-26 and 27-25. They finished the tournament beating Olpe 25-18 and 25-17. […]

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